Classification of feed
Feeds include soybeans, soybean meal, corn, starch, corn fiber skin, oil meal, fish meal, amino acids, miscellaneous meal, fermented bacterial protein, additives, whey powder, oil, meat and bone meal, cereals, etc. More than ten varieties of feed ingredients. Observe the shape, color, presence of mold, insects, lumps, foreign bodies, etc. Adulterated feed is generally finer, does not show the composition, darker or lighter color, often due to higher moisture content, resulting in deliquescence, mold, insects, lumps, sometimes mixed with large amounts of sand or a large amount of low-cost feed If the amount of shellfish in the batch material reaches 20%. If the above phenomenon is generally inferior feed.
Classification by component
In general, only plant feed is called feed. These feeds include grass, various grains, tubers, and roots. These feeds can be roughly divided into:
Feed containing a lot of starch
These feeds are mainly composed of grains, seeds and roots or tubers containing a large amount of starch. Such as a variety of cereals, potatoes, wheat and so on. These feeds provide energy primarily through polysaccharides and contain very little protein. They are suitable for ruminants, poultry and pigs, but feeds containing too much starch are not suitable for horses.